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Notting Hill Carnival collaborated with Second Screen to create an app for the event whcih provides event information, live tracking of floats in the parade, and dietary information on every food stall.
Notting Hill Carnival Information
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I wanted to combine people’s love for their pets and their passion for sharing cute pet photos into one app. PetScene does this and thanks to SecondScreen, offers a fun and interactive social network dedicated solely to pets.
The app was great for interacting in a more direct way than we can with either social media or printed programmes. It really suited the festival and take-up was much higher than we’d hoped so it’s clear the audience is in to the idea too.